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Ark Grip catback

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    jkstang78 Well-Known Member

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    Hi is anyone running an Ark Grip Cat back in the Northeast? I am wondering how the cold start is on this cat-back. Right now I have the Corsa Extreme on my car. I have had it since I bought the car new in 2015. The cold starts with this exhaust is just insane. So I am wondering if the Ark is the same way.
     
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    Yes, I am in NJ and run Ark catback. Definitely not as loud as Corsa, also has a lower 'note' than Corsa, meaning a deeper sound. I am also running cat delete and headers and its really not that loud at all.. If you ever come to north jersey, you can check mine out.
     
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    Thank you for the information. Unfortunately, this virus came at the wrong time and this is going to have to wait. I def would not mind trying something with a deeper tone and isn't as loud on cold startups
     
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    I would stay away from Ark. I used to have a Genesis Coupe and Ark was very popular when they first started making products for us, but the quality of their exhausts didn't hold up. It was quite common for the welds on the drone eliminators to break and fall of after a year or two.
     
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